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this morning from the jersey shore to one of the state's most well-known towns, hoboken, new jersey. that river side city has turned into a virtual island. the national guard has been called out to help get people out. coming up on 15 before the hour, it could take two days before the water fully recedes there. >> harry has been in hoboken for days and joins us live with the recovery effort there. any improvements where you are? >> reporter: there have been a few improvements here as of this morning, but there's still a lot of struggling going on in hoboken. now, quickly, let's take a look at the flooding that has really taken over this city, which is only one square mile. 50,000 residents live in hoboken, and nearly half of those residents had to leave and be evacuated as a result of hurricane sandy, and the flooding has just been devastating. two feet to five feet surrou surrounding many of these apartments and businesses, and the water is contaminated. there's glass in the water. power lines in the water. it's just not safe to walk in it at all, which is why the people are still stranded in
across the state of new jersey. and i spent the day today in hoboken, new jersey. tonight, troops are still going through the flood waters trying to rescue people chapped in their homes. and at this moment, one of the largest hospitals in new york is being evacuated. it's the second hospital forced to be evacuated after losing power and relying on generators. the president of the hospital will join us live. let's go "outfront." ♪ search and rescue. two days after one of the most devastating storms to ever hit the east coast of the united states, there's frustration, desperation, there's fear. people are cold and tired and people are hungry. dramatic scenes like this are playing out in new jersey and new york. watch this rescuer from the new york police department lowering himself onto a home on staten island, new york. and you'll see a resident pulled through the roof and back to safety. police say just this one helicopter rescued five adults and one child yesterday. and on the ground, frantic searches, including the search for two children who were ripped from their mother's ar
in a densely packed, tightly inhabited urban area, just across the hudson river from new york city, in hoboken, new jersey, correspondent katy tur has been covering there for us all day, good evening. >> reporter: good evening, brian, for the first time since monday night people are able to leave their homes to get a good sense of what the damage is. but the water is still very high in a number of these areas, and they're not expecting it to be fully gone until at least tomorrow night. 20,000 people trapped, hoboken became a virtual island as 500 million gallons of water overwhelmed the town. by wednesday morning the national guard came in to help, delivering much needed food and supplies to those still stranded. >> one thing we truly need is more fuel. >> reporter: the hoboken mayor. >> we need more fuel, resources, food so anybody who is listening to this in the city of hoboken or neighboring towns who can get to us, we ask you to come and deliver your supplies. >> reporter: as the length of this mixture of water, sewer, and oil turned into ponds, some got their first chance to assess the da
moore. anderson cooper right now. >>> we are in hoboken, new jersey right now, just across the fallout from sandy still coming. new york governor andrew cuomo is expected to address the media shortly. we will monitor what he says and bring you late details should the governor make news. bellevue right now evacuating patients. 700 patients in all. this will be going on all night long after a day of running the generator. the rooftop generators with buckets of fuel from the basement passed hand to hand up 13 flights of stairs, if you can imagine. and now traffic in manhattan jammed solid. the subways expected to start to come on-line tomorrow, but in a very, very limited way. people now jamming buses or simply walking. things are improving slightly in places. but this crisis is far from over and it is evolving almost minute by minute. we have all of the angles starting with president obama and new jersey governor chris christie. with the election near but the disaster now two political rivals joined hands and got to work. they saw a shoreline battered beyond recognition, almost beyond be
of videos. one we featured was this one from hoboken, new jersey, where we saw a ups man still working in the floodwaters. turns out this video was taken by a good friend, associate producer for mlb network. his latest video on the web as well. hoboken 411 called it one of the most incredible hurricane sandy videos you'll see. >> there's no power here. everything is pitch back. i can't see street signs. >> from that right there, it feels like we experienced the storm itself. of course there's the aftermath, just the crazy amount of flooding. all this video shot by mike. unfortunately now hoboken, new york city and much of the northeast battered by a nor'easter. we've got mike joining us "right this minute." tell us what it's like there in hoboken after this flooding and now after the snowstorm. >> right now things are kind of getting back to normal but the snowstorm did throw a wrench into the plans. i saw a tweet from the mayor that last night 38 trees in our town came down. but considering the things that i saw, that you can see on that video, we feel pretty fortunate here in my apar
. widespread flooding is still present. and the national guard today bringing food and supplies to hoboken, new jersey. he talked about hoboken on last night's show, the dire situation there. hoboken is a little town directly across the hudson river from manhattan. it is small, but it's got 50,000 people in it. you can see hoboken clearly from the west side of new york city. and as of last night, the mayor told us, there were as many as 20,000 people, of the population 50,000 people in the city, there were as many as 20,000 people still stranded in deep, impassable, and increasingly polluted floodwaters. the national guard did get to some of those people, starting late last night and into today. we'll have more about that very dramatic situation in just a moment. the national guard also arrived this morning in moonachie, new jersey, where the storm surge swamped the town very, very quickly. people in all sorts of housing in moonachie were caught unaware and trapped, but particularly folks in mobile homes had a very difficult time there. members of the national guard also rushed to the assistanc
, thank you very much. good evening 10:00 on the east coast. hoboken, new jersey, the fallout from sandy, still coming. new york governor andrew cuomo expecting to be briefing the media shortly. we'll bring you late-breaking details. the national guard is out in force in hoboken, across the river, a long line of ambulances, outside another big manhattan hospital, bellevue, right now, evacuating patients. 700 patients in all, this will be going on all night long after a day of running the generator, the rooftop generator with buckets of fuel from the basement, passed hand to hand up 13 flights of stairs if you can imagine. there's that and there is this. traffic in manhattan, jammed solid. subways expected to come online tomorrow in a very limited way. people jamming buses or simply walking. things are improving, slightly in places. but this crisis is far from over, and it is evolving almost minute by minute. all of the angles tonight, starting with president obama and new jersey governor chris christie. with the election near, but the disaster now, two political rivals joined hands and g
, and that's in new york and new jersey alone. we go to hoboken, new jersey, and two pictures that say so much. wading through the river of water there and also, a very determined piggyback ride to safety. abc's alex perez is there. alex? >> reporter: well, diane, here, the streets of hoboken still much chaos tonight. this is a medical unit truck that showed up to help someone stranded in this apartment. people are just trying to figure out what to do. there are trucks like this one all over town trying to make sure that people get to safety. many of them are frustrated and running out of options. the bottom of the bathtub, as one neighbor calls it, first and harrison in hoboken. this is the sight stranded residents never thought they'd see. military rescue crews busting their backs to get each person out. step by step, one by one. ann clearly has patiently been waiting her turn for the last few hours. >> you can't communicate with anyone. you can't find out what's going on anywhere else. we've been on this little island. >> reporter: hoboken is just across the hudson river from manhattan
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are up again. the clean up of floods continues, rescue tradings on going. and mayor of hoboken issking people to bring boats to city hall to help rescue stranded residented. national guard bringing food and helping with evacuations, testimony take days, and weeks and months for the clean up process across regn, we go to fox news jonathan hunt, live in hoboken, new jersey, across the river from lower manhattan. >> reporter: it is a desperate situation for many here in hoboken, what happened is water of hudson river, here, surged up the slight slope. just off the river bank, then downward on to streets that are essentially at or below the level of the river, those streets, maybe remain cover -- many remain covered by water, national guard arrived today, going residence to residence, getting peoe out by trucks, and many cases boat. we spoke with a few who said they were stuck, trapped in their apartment buildings, since the storm hit on monday night. a very difficult situation for them, we saw one lady coming off of one of those trucks in a wheelchair. a awful experience they have gone th
you can get the word out for people who need help, and in my town in hoboken it's been neighbor helping neighbor all along, people really communicating. well, some people here in battery park city, heather mcalister sent me a tweet and said we have brown bag meals to deliver to hoboken. she saw my reports, and she wanted to get them to hoboken and said how can i deliver. i said take them to city hall. she delivered amazing meals. also, a great man on twitter who has been following me, has a brazilian restaurant here in the city, brought 300 meals to hoboken to help those people out. the more we can get those messages and people saying i have the resources, what can we do and how can i help? those are the meals delivered to hoboken yesterday. >> rescue workers carrying young people and people through the water. >> yeah. >> you know, i mean, look at that. you just see that and it's people self-lessly giving of themselves to make sure others are okay. >> and just to see, i mean, even from the air when i was in a helicopter seeing a front loader picking up a couple and their dog, an
two gas stations, an exxon in new jersey and jersey city, pardon me and a sunoco in hoboken. thank you so much for joining us. let me ask you, have you run out of gas at either of your stations? >> no. i have not run out of gas. i have plenty of fast in the ground a my jerseyity location i have no power. at my hoboken location i have, i run a generator today but theity of hoboken asked me not to se gasoline to the public, you know, just to, city of hoboken, police cars, emergency vehicles and ambulances, school bus us. melissa: wow! how do you feel about that? >> well, i would like to help the public. i have been making a living doing this for the last 30 some years, you know. and it pains me to see people in line waiting to buy gas and, the ironic thing is i have fuel but i can not se it. melissa: i know i understand that they want the gas for emergency vehicles but how quickly do you think that you would run out if you opened your gas station up to every everybody? >> if i opened my gas station to the public i would probably run out, if not tonight, maybe early tomorrow morning. all
, we have had incredible support from volunteers. to the north, in hoboken, across from new york city, emergency and national guard trucks moved through the flooded streets overnight. when "sandy" hit, the storm surge on the hudson river swamped a quarter of the city, leaving 20,000 people stranded in their homes and in the dark. >> it's really scary. we don't have that much food. we prepared a little bit. >> reporter: for others across new jersey, the loss of electricity meant no way to pump gas, which led to long lines at places where fuel was available. >> an hour and 40 minutes almost. crazy. i'm out of gas though, i have less than a quarter tank, so i had to get out today. >> brown: and financial help was >> there's nothing more precious to people than their homes. homes are where their families are, memories and possessions of their lives and there's also a sense of safety to home. you feel like when you get in that place and you close that door that there's a sense of safety there. that sense of safety was violated on monday. with water rushing into people's homes at an enormou
for photos. a photo we showed you all week, the flooded taxis in hoboken, new jersey, our other ireporter captured this from hoboken, and this other is from the cruise ship, take a look. he says they were on the 13th floor, fred. and a lot of areas on the ship got flooded. at one point the furniture went flying. it has an incredible number of views and it is still climbing. so i want you to know, you can see this and a lot more, we have a lot of interactives, i am going to put this on facebook for you. >> and to have an experience like this. >> torrential. >> all right, thanks josh, more parts of of the jersey shore wiped out by superstorm sandy. for so many that spent summer vacations there, this really did hit hard. we're looking back at jersey shore memories, stay right there. can curlers! tomato basil, potato with bacon... we've got a lot of empty cans. [ male announcer ] progresso. you gotta taste this soup. . >>> all right, the last 30 minutes we have been sharing with you a lot of unique stories and compelling images that probably a lot of people have not seen. >> right, an
in their homes in new jersey. much of the town of hoboken underwater. some stranded in cars. now, power and gas at a crisis point across the region. vehicles lined up for miles. anger boiling over. >>> danger in the city. josh plunges into the frightening streets of downtown new york still in total darkness. our night vision showing many living in fear as the temperatures are dropping. as sam takes to the air to look at the unbelievable destruction from sandy's path. >> wow. >> new york harbor. >> that is staten island. look at all those boats. >>> five days to go. barack obama and mitt romney dash back to the trail, as the clock ticks to election day. this morning, our bottom line on each side's path to victory. the last-minute moves. and this little girl's emotional plea going viral. >> i'm tired of barack obama and mitt romney. >>> and jaws dropper. the woman who saved her own life by punching out a 12-foot tiger shark. she tells us in her own words the astonishing moment her martial arts kicked in. the karate chop that saved her life. >>> and good morning, everyone. hello to robin at home.
. thank you, sir, appreciate it. >> thank you. dagen: hoboken new jersey, one of the hardest hit communities in this store. the national guard is on-site and so is jeff flock who will report for you live. connell: we will go to hoboken to see what they have been able to do the last couple days. steve will talk about what all of this means for the presidential election next week. it is all straight ahead on "market now." take a look at treasuries today. ♪ [ male announcer ] this is steve. he loves risk. but whether he's climbing everest, scuba diving the great barrier reef with sharks, or jumping into the marke he goes with people he trusts, which is why he trades with a company that doesn't nickel and dime him with hidden fees. so he can worry about other things, like what the market is doing and being ready, no matter what happens, which isn't rocket science. it's just common sense, from td ameritrade. >> i have your fox business brief. a sea of green down that wall street. a round of better expected reports coupled with strong manufacturing from china are giving market a boos
leave us inspired tonight. anderson cooper starts right now. >> good evening, we are here in hoboken, new jersey across the river from lower manhattan. so is the national guard. the crisis far from over. across the air yarrarea. police and rescuers and crews and nurses and doctors so many people working tonight so many more trying to get from point a to point b. for example, across the hudson river to work. or across the east river all day today with subways out, rush hour was more like a pilgrimage. thousands one step at a time. there is news tonight on griths, airports and power glems and new pictures keep coming in. this is a marina full of boats washed ashore. 14 people died on stat tep island we know that now. three more are missing right now. this is not over yet. we are going to cover all of the angles tonight. with the election near but the disaster now two rivals joined hands and got to work. they saw a shore line battered beyond recognition almost beyond belief. mile after mile of destruction home after home life after life. >> on the ground, at a local shelter, no politica
abrams is live in hoboken. stephanie, good morning. what does it look like today? >> reporter: good morning. let me show you around here. something i think is very interesting. i'm going to start you off with this man hole cover. everything is fine, right? no wear the coming out. a lot of time the water bubbles out of. that the water has come from the hudson. and it brought with it the sentiment. it unundated this car. remember, all you need is 12 inches of swiftly moving water to move a car. six inches to knock you off your feet. now as we make our way to the sidewalk. willie and everyone at home, check this out. the water is bubbling out from the sidewalk. i never saw ut bubble out of a sidewalk. it's doing that everywhere. and it's bubbling out of this building, too. so i'm not quite sure what's going on here. you can also see that water mark. hopefully it's visible on camera. but that water is, it came up to my hip. so that's how high the water got here. now we're going to take you back and turn you around and show you other stuff going on here in the streets. we have just now t
the conditions during the storm as they tried to put out a massive fire that destroyed multiple homes. in hoboken, new jersey just across the river from manhattan portions of the city remain underwater tonight. the national guard has been brought in to help people stranded in their homes in hoboken. joining me now by phone is nbc news chuck todd, who was traveling with president obama and governor christie today in new jersey. chuck, tell us what the trip felt like. when i look at those two men together, it looks to me as the way that not necessarily on this particular subject but it's the way serious men and women of government want to work together regardless of part y. and the whole day seemed to have that sensation to it. >> well, it did. and let me tell you something about christie. he just seemed like an exhausted guy. he struck me as somebody who had been up for a couple of straight days, who was numb, a little emotional to what he'd been seeing but also numb to the destruction he'd been seeing. so you know, it was interesting. when the president walked out of air force one there was only
been called into communities like hoboken, new jersey, where tens of thousands are reported stranded by still high flood waters. president obama will return to the trail today. the first time since the storm. he's going to speak live this hour in wisconsin at an event that his campaign is calling his closing argument. now, his return to the trail today coming one day after he toured the hard-hit jersey shore with the new jersey governor chris christie. the two leaders literally offering shoulders to cry on and words of inspiration and support. >> we'll help you get it all together, all right? i promise. i promise. you're going to be okay. everybody is safe, right? that's the most important thing. we're going to get this whole thing done. >> i can't thank the president enough for his personal concern and compassion for our state and for the people of our state. >> well, governor romney is on his second official day back on the trail post-sandy. chivalry is dead. at his campaign stop in roanoke, virginia, just last hour, romney was in full attack mode. >> do you want for more years lik
have teen fox courage with more from rick. tens of thousands were stranded in hoboken, new jersey, but, first, the gasoline. just on our staff of about 30 or so people, it is story after story. three hours and you run out of gas. >>jonathan: it is a tough situation. we are on the west side of manhattan. you can see the line here for gas. as we swing around, that is just the end of the line. it goes all the way back down here long 10th avenue for block after block after block. they have cordoned off two lanes just for the traffic waiting for gas. members of the new york finest are keeping order because as you can imagine tempers are getting a little short at times. we spoke to some those early today who have been in the line for anything up to two hours. >> it is not chaos. just a lot of waiting. a quarter tank so i decided on my way home to see what is going on and i found out i was able to get some gas over here at hess. >> right now, i heard there is no gas until tomorrow evening so i wanted to fill up now. whatever i can get i can get. >> i came last night, they were out of gas. we
it a lot better than most people. i used to live in hoboken and the scenes from there, i'm just thinking of the people, my neighbors from hoboken from a few years ago and imagining what they're going through. >> an update on the situation in hoboken, we have new york governor andrew cuomo coming up live in a moment. he never does interviews. i'm really happy he's going to be here. steve kornacki is the co-host of msnbc's "the cycle" at 3:00 p.m. here on msnbc and he writes for salon.com. all right. new york governor andrew cuomo is going to join us. big deal. stay tuned. >>> since the financial industry collapsed and the economic collapse at the end of the george w. bush administration, a previously sort of unheralded date on america's monthly calendar has become a very hotly anticipated thing. the release of the monthly jobs report. a nation turns its weary eyes to you, bureau of labor statistics. how are we doing this month? tomorrow, friday, the bureau of labor statistics will release its very last monthly jobs report before the presidential election. due to happen at 8:30 a.m. easter
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